The third Vogue Festival will take place on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 March 2014, this year in partnership with Harrods. The two-day extravaganza promises to be even bigger than its two predecessors, and will be held at the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre.
Buy tickets to your chosen talks and you'll enter a whole world of Vogue: have your designs assessed in Show & Tell; take part in Harrods Live catwalk experience; be photographed for your own Vogue covershoot; plus trend talks, Vogue films and makeovers.
Seats are allocated, so early booking is recommended. Tickets are £40 for each talk and can be bought here: http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/node/36889/
Schedule for Day 2
10:30am WHAT'S IT REALLY LIKE TO BE A MODEL?
A panel of leading models talk about life in front of the camera.
Including Karlie Kloss and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, they discuss how the reality differs from the image, and what they can to do with the opportunities it brings.
The fun and the frustration, the pressure and the privilege – hear it first-hand from some of Vogue's favourite girls.
12:30pm FASHION, BEAUTY AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION
In a digital world changing at lightning speed, what's next for the industry?
Join digital photography pioneer Nick Knight; fashion designer Mary Katrantzou; Pixie Geldof of Funky Offish; and digital investor and entrepreneur Miroslava Duma to learn what they've discovered and what the future holds.
2:30pm GOOD TASTE, BAD TASTE: THE SHOCK OF THE NEW
A conversation about what taste is – and does it matter?
Join Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry, singer and songwriter Lily Allen and British designer Jasper Conran.
4:30pm WANT TO WORK IN FASHION? Vogue's Fashion Masterclass
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get advice from industry experts.
Lisa Armstrong, fashion editor of The Telegraph; Sarah Burton, creative director at Alexander McQueen; Daniel Marks, director of The Communications Store; Alexandra Shulman, editor of Vogue; and Louise Wilson, course director at Central Saint Martins, offer personal insights in how to break into their industries.
6:30pm FASHION LEGENDS
Editor of Italian Vogue, UN ambassador and fashion visionary Franca Sozzani and supermodel and television presenter Naomi Campbell talk about how they built their careers, why Africa could be the future of luxury, and the issue of diversity in fashion.
Please let us know in the comments which talk you have booked tickets for.
If you don't want to attend any of the talks, you can now also get foyer-only tickets for £25: http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/foyer-access-only-83176